News: Metal trio URNE release video for ‚The Palace of Devils & Wolves‘

News: Metal trio URNE release video for ‚The Palace of Devils & Wolves‘

📁 News 🕔11.Juli 2021
News: Metal trio URNE release video for ‚The Palace of Devils & Wolves‘

London metal trio Urne have unveiled new single / video ‚The Palace of Devils & Wolves‘, taken from their debut album Serpent & Spirit, out now via Candlelight Records.

Watch the video for ‚The Palace of Devils & Wolves‘:

 

During the writing process for Serpent & Spirit, Joe found an old demo of the first few minutes of the track, and instantly knew it had to be finished. ‚Desolate Heart‘ subsequently became the first single released from the album.

There is no single way that Urne describe their sound, it all comes back to one thing: heavy. There are shades of Metallica, Mastodon, Alice In Chains in there, hopping between sludge, tech-metal, doom, hardcore and anything else with a weighty heart.

Formed by ex-Hang The Bastard bassist Joe Nally and guitarist Angus Neyra after their former band called it quits, the pair already had a reputation for big, heavy riffs. Getting drummer Richard Harris on board in 2018, they gilded their new outfit with debut EP The Mountain Of Gold, which immediately marked Urne out as a formidable new metallic force.

Now, they return with debut album Serpent & Spirit. Heavier, wider and with an even higher ratio of killer riffs than the EP, it also comes with a weighty concept based around the central character’s struggle as he’s pulled between good and evil, darkness and light.

Track listing:
1 Serpent & Spirit
2 The Palace of Devils & Wolves
3 Memorial
4 Moon & Sky
5 Desolate Heart
6 Envy The Dead
7 Memorial – Sing Me To Rest
8 A Tomb So Frail

Due to COVID, the final parts of the album were written over Skype, before being recorded by Chris Fielding (Conan, Electric Wizard, Primordial) at Foel Studios in deepest Wales during lockdown. It was then sent to acclaimed producer Jens Bogren who handled the mastering of Serpent & Spirit.

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